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Bereavement counselling

Bereavement and loss are part of our lives and we all handle grief in different ways. There are no set rules and there is no set time span for the grieving process to take place. Sometimes it may be necessary to talk to somebody who is detached from your everyday life, somebody who will respect your confidentiality and provide you with the help and advice needed to allow the sorrow to give way to happy memories.

If you feel that you would benefit from a chat with a counsellor, please contact us at Gary Green Memorials, where we will put you in touch with one of our approved bereavement counsellors. Our approved counsellors are fully trained and supervised and do not charge for their services.

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We have made the following documents available in conjunction with the United Synagogue and hope you find them helpful.

   A brief guide to Bereavement from a religious and traditional prospective.

Kaddish to be said by mourners for all relatives other than parents.

   Hebrew
   Ashkenazic Pronunciation
   Sephardic Pronunciation

Kaddish to be said by Children after the Burial of a Parent.

   Hebrew
   Ashkenazic Pronunciation
   Sephardic Pronunciation

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